Gas Hobs & Stoves

Atlas 2 Burner Gas Hob
Size: 488mm x 255mm
Cut Out: 488mm x 255mm

Atlas 2 Burner Gas Hob

Features

  • Stainless Steel
  • Auto Ignition
  • Flame Safety
  • Triple Crown Burner
  • Wok Support
  • Cast Iron Pan Guards
Atlas 4 Burner Gas Hob
Size: 600mm x 510mm
Cut Out: 560mm x 480mm

Atlas 4 Burner Gas Hob

Features

  • Stainless Steel
  • Auto Ignition
  • Flame Safety
  • Triple Crown Burner
  • Wok Support
  • Cast Iron Pan Guards
Atlas 5 Burner Gas Hob
Size: 860mm x 510mm
Cut Out: 840mm x 480mm

Atlas 5 Burner Gas Hob

Features

  • Stainless Steel
  • Auto Ignition
  • Flame Safety
  • Triple Crown Burner
  • Wok Support
  • Cast Iron Pan Guards
Jaganda 4 Burner Gas Stove

Jaganda 4 Burner Gas Stove

Features

  • Stainless Steel Cooking Top
  • Safety Control Knobs
  • Fully variable flame control
  • 48 Litre Enamelled Oven with Chromed Grid and Bake Burner
  • Lower storage compartment
  • Gas Consumption: 0.71 Kg/Hr
  • Gas Type: L P G Only
  • Regulator 2.8 KPA 1Kg/Hr Low Pressure Type
  • Recommended Cylinder Size: 9Kg
  • With Flame Failure Sensor in oven(FFS)
  • Weight: 26 Kg
  • Height: 85 cm
  • Depth: 57 cm
  • Oven Size: (H) 30cm x (W) 43cm x (D) 37 cm

Gas Stoves versus Electric Stoves

If you’re in the market for a new stove for your kitchen, take a look at the differences between gas stoves versus electric stoves. An often overlooked advantage to using a gas stove is the cost of operating it and the quick time in cooking giving you a big reduction in electricity bills. Gas hobs use very little gas and cook much quicker than electric stoves.